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Time: 6:43:03 PM
I wish more people would pick up on all the angles and false trails in this case that you have.
You can probably guess that Celeni's timeline for the killing, his statements about who saw what and when along with the entire business about Tom Lange's involvement with Fuhrman, did not sit well with me. It happens that Tom Lange is the name of one of Nicole's neighbors who said he witnessed Nicole embracing a man at about 10:00 on the night of the killings. He said that he saw a very large black man standing by a vehicle (I don't remember how he described the vehicle but other witnesses said it was a white Bronco). He also said that he saw a white man of averaged height arguing with Nicole and making threaten gestures toward her. Unfortunately, I have not been privy to his actual written statement. I have had to rely on "selected" portions of it and the interpretations of others who have talked to him or seen his written statement.
Whatever you make of THAT Tom Lange's statement, it seems extremely unlikely that there would have been another man with the same name in the same place actively involved in the murder with ANOTHER very large black man (like Nathan Arnold) and a white Bronco in FRONT of Nicole's condo. It seems far more likely that somebody heard neighbor Lange's story and turned it into a Detective Lange story.
Celeni said that the man Alan Park saw going into the house was Nathan Arnold. He said that Park saw him jump a fence? What fence? The one behind Kato's Bungalow? That's want Marcia Clark said O.J. did to explain why Park didn't see him come in through the Rockingham gate. Clark said that Park saw O.J. coming from the south pathway, Park didn't. Park did see O.J. on his driveway. But his driveway was next to the bench where O.J. said he took out some bags. That was only two or three steps from his front door.
There are also the problems of the blood on the ground, the clear, double set of size 12 Bruno Magli Lorenzo shoeprints and a second set of imprints that were consistent with a shorter man, a smaller foot and a different kind of shoe. Shoe size is generally relative to height. Det. Tom Lange is the same height as O.J. (6' 2") so he probably wore shoes around the same size as O.J.'s. Fuhrman is 6' 3." Fuhrman definitely wore size 12 shoes on the 13th when he got his picture taken pointing to the glove. If Arnold was 6' 6" it is likely that he wore a bigger shoe. It is highly unlikely that Arnold, Fuhrman and Lange all wore size-12 Bruno Magli Lorenzos to an accidental double-homicide.
Then there is the matter of five people struggling violently in a space no bigger than an average passenger elevator and a fixed camera's line of sight that would have cut that space in half-provided the gate was open-and the camera was positioned DIRECTLY in front of it. The killing had to have been dragged out for over five minutes and the dog had to have been somewhere around the gate. How could the video camera have missed the dog and seen Lange grappling with Goldman?
Celeni said he saw the tape. What I want to see is the camera. --Jasper